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Grateful Dead Live at Frost Amphitheatre - Stanford University on 1982-10-10

Set 1

New Minglewood Blues ->
Sugaree ->
Little Red Rooster
Tennessee Jed
Far From Me ->
Looks Like Rain
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider

Set 2

Playing In The Band ->
Crazy Fingers ->
Lost Sailor ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
Touch Of Grey ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Wheel ->
Throwing Stones ->
Not Fade Away ->
Black Peter ->
Sugar Magnolia

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction ->
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Frost Amphitheatre - Stanford University
Location Palo Alto, CA

Source Sony ECM-220T Mics>Sony TC-D5 MAC>DAT>CDR>EAC
Taped by Rango Keshavan
Transferred by Jay Ashley


Reviewer: BearsLeft - - March 14, 2013
Subject: Glad to hear this old friend again
I was at this show, it was transcendent. The second of the first pair of shows ever at Frost. I especially remember being in a trance-like state during Lost Sailor/Saint of Circumstance. I wouldn't trade my life and times for anything on earth.
Reviewer: Darrylizer - - September 10, 2012
Subject: Oh my
One of the best sounding Auds on the Archive, hell it may be the best, much better than the SBDs of this show in any case and I'm usually a soundboard guy. The band sounds like it's right in front of you. The bass response, for example during Drums, is insane! In fact this is the first AUD I've heard that actually sounds like you are there at the show! But that's just a small part of the equation, the playing is fantastic and that's what makes this show my favorite of '82. Crazy Fingers is to die for and contains a sort-of Spanish Jam interlude and then races off into a double time jam. Playing in the Band is exploratory if a tad short and Lost Sailor/Saint is just stunningly emotional. Man this is some good Dead and could be a Dick's Picks, or whatever they call it now, as is.
Reviewer: Evan S. Hunt - - October 11, 2010
Subject: In Celebration of 10-10-10
In celebration of this auspicious date in history: 10-10-10. Some of us are celebrating that we are even still alive (few of us of the "Hip/Revolution/Anti-war" crowd ever thought we were going to live until past age 30 -- it just goes to show you don't always know).

And I here now re-affirm: This concert (the recording and performance) is a perfect 10. I will not say anything more regarding the "crowd."

Have audited hundreds of AUD's, but I proclaim that this still The finest GD AUD On The Internet.

And once again, finally, I have nothing more to add.
Reviewer: MosEisley - - September 20, 2008
Subject: Yes,,,yes indeed
Rango was, in fact, suspected by a dirigible in front of the stage blocking everyone's view. I know; I put him there. Whirling noiselessly through the black hole of space...
Reviewer: Turk Cat Begonias - - June 22, 2008
Wow, i think it's a fine coincedence(?) that this show and the show that must not be named from cornell both start out with a high energy minglewood, this in my opinion is a show of that caliber if you will, a great minglewood, a superb CC Rider, a good playin > crazy fingers, as always not fade away is a very good.
Reviewer: srtg83 - - June 11, 2008
Subject: Aud Rec.
This is one of the best aud recording in this site. Mics had to be almost on the monitors. This recording defines what a "mouth" tape sounds like.
Reviewer: pnc - - May 6, 2008
Subject: VERY nice...
I agree with all that is stated below...except that this is the best aud on the site. That is a highly debateable claim, which is only a good thing. Just more reason to keep listening! Super good/high energy here. Playin' is great (if abbreviated), as is all the pre-drums selection. China>Rider is very good. This is a great Aud. that just seems to get better as it goes. The Frost was sweet!
Reviewer: solman678 - - May 3, 2008
Subject: Wow
This show is so solid I almost couldn't believe it when I first heard it. The person who posted first is right, it gets down into your soul. It grooves just right and makes you feel good. Enjoy this one!
Reviewer: Out_To_Lunch - - May 3, 2008
Subject: Go with the Flow
Songs fold warm and slow as a cashmire blanket.

It'll penetrate your soul. It'll make you happy.

:) :) :) :) :)

Find a quite moment and soak this in.
Reviewer: lpenoza - - April 22, 2008
Subject: Great Sound! Great Show!
Wow - the hype is true! This is about as good as an audience recording can be. The sound of Garcia's guitar in particular is just stunning. Bob's is right there as well. I could listen to this one all day long.
Reviewer: ChrisG1000 - - April 14, 2008
Subject: Dang!
You're right, Evan.
What a great recording!!!!
And, thanks to Jay, too!!!

Also, I'm curious to know where 'mid-maine' is from...
I'm in Maine....
Reviewer: mid-maine - - March 28, 2008
Subject: what????
a jay ashley bertha remaster of a sick aud and there's only one review? people, this is sweet. it would be a worthy download even if these frost shows weren't SICK. ok, as phil mentioned in his book and one can vibe through tapes (i was never lucky or intrepid enough to make it to the frost), it was a mellow scene without over-the-top-clonk-your-head-warlocks-madness at the frost. however, i love mellow just-holding-back-the-mother-load-perfection. this has it in spades with one of the best auds out there. do yourselves a favor . . .
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